Maple ridge and Mission bc

After a few kicks at the can, we have decided to re-vamp our birthday party program. Kids come  for the birthday party and participate in pony rides for an hour and afterwards participate in cake and presents (not provided) in our undercover area.

Two trusty steeds and their leaders are assigned and ready for you upon your arrival. Birthday parties are booked around regular lessons and start on the hour.

Kids are not required to bring anything but long pants and closed toed shoes. Helmets are provided and waivers can be sent to the birthday party organizer beforehand to have them signed by parents.

Rate for birthday parties are $200, with up to ten children and as young as 5 years old can participate. Payment is required with your booking.

Please note: Adults are not eligible for birthday parties.

Contact us today to get booked in for this season.








26 Responses to Birthday Parties

  1. Christina says:

    If I want to book a birthday party for May 11th from 1-3 and your booking website for birthday parties only goes up to April 20th. How do I book? Also how do I know that day is still available? Thanks

    • Alicia says:

      Hey Christina,
      To book the birthday party all you have to do is send me an email via the contact page of our website, with name, phone number age of children and the day you would like the birthday party and I can get you booked in.

  2. Christina says:

    Hi I was wondering if I have 15 kinder-gardener’s who are 5 turning 6 would this birthday be appropriate for them? I also have the birthday Girls brother coming along and he is 3 could he participate in the horse riding and games. I’m not sure if he would go on a horse but could I still try?

    • Alicia says:

      Unfortunately, we can only take 6 year olds and above for Birthday parties. If you are look for lessons for younger, the riders must be enrolled in our tiny tots program.

  3. stephane says:

    So just to be clear you dont do preschool birthday pony parties? My daughter will be 4 and her friends are all 3 or 4??


    • Alicia says:

      Not with that many kids, we can do 8 kids of that age. Its just too many small bodies to worry about at the same time.

  4. Jennifer says:

    Hi there, my daughter is turning 14 in February. Do you have an option for games that are age appropriate?

  5. Amber ingram says:

    Hi there, i was wondering if there would be an option for a small group of 5 12-14 yr old girls?
    Thank you

  6. Kim Phelan says:

    So if there were 12 or 14 girls, there would be a lot of standing around waiting their turn? I guess my question is how you accommodate a group that size in an hour with only three horses. Sorry if I wasn’t clear in my original question.

    • Alicia says:

      Well possibly yes, 3 can ride at one time. We can’t do more than that. Its just not safe. There would be too much going on at once. We’ve done it many times before and not had an issue at all. The kids usually keep themselves entertained by sharing which is their favorite horse and why.

  7. Marlise says:

    I want to book a birthday party for my daughter. Most children are over the age of 6, but two of them are 4 years old (one is a sibling of the birthday child). Could I still book this party with you or do the younger children have to miss out? Thanks.


  8. Yolanda says:

    There are 16 girls in my daughter’s grade 2 class. Would you allow 16 for a birthday party?

  9. Kim Phelan says:

    For a birthday party, how do the riding times breakdown with up to 15 kids and only three horses and instructors?

    • Alicia says:

      Im not sure how you mean divided? The riding portion is one hour in length.

      • Andrea says:

        My calculation is 12 minutes per child, 3 children riding at any one time, based on 15 children. Less than 15 children = more time/child.

        • Alicia says:

          Sure, keep in mind that some children decide they want to ride for a shorter peroid of time, or once they get there decide they don’t want to ride. So in total we ride for an hour.

  10. Tamara says:

    For the birthday parties, is 3 too young? There would be kids of various ages, but three of the children, including birthday girl, would be 3.

  11. Marlene says:

    How old does my child have to be to have lessons? She is 4 1/2.


  12. Huina Chen says:

    How is your birthday party program run with the hours indicated for horse/pony riding and games? Will there be a program leader for the group or parents need to coordinate? Is any food selection to be provided or purchased or parents need to bring all the treats,drinks, and cake? How about the dishes and cups?

    Is it a net total $200 for 10 or less kids (works out $20 per kid)? Is this only for the game, riding and party room?

    • admin says:

      Yes the cost only covers the horse, the instructor during the riding times, and someone to organize the games. No food is to be provided by us. Cutlery and plates should be brought with you.

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